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As the mother of three small children, my goal is to help other new parents feel empowered and to instill in them the confidence to care for their babies in a loving, positive way that respects the uniqueness of all children.The Baby Love Carebook organizer was created for my own use many years ago when caring for our high-needs baby. This simple and elegant system will help relieve the chaos that a new baby can bring to your days, and also encourage you to seek extra help in your parenting so you can take a much-needed break.

 

 

One response to “About

  1. Matt Sames

    October 4, 2010 at 10:26 pm

    Sharron Wright,

    You are an inspirational blogger and people listen to you that is why I come forth to you with this pitch. It is my hope that you would blog about this cause to spread awareness about this little girl in need to the mom community that you have already created. Any posts about this disease or posts directing reader to this little girl’s website would be greatly appreciated. Here is a little information about the disease and what is needed to help.

    GAN (Giant Axonal Neuropathy) might be a rare, orphaned disease but due to the work of Hannah’s Hope Fund, a world-wide team of doctors is on the cusp of a treatment that could lead to a cure, not just for GAN but for some ALS (Lou Gehrig’s) and Spinal Muscular Atrophy patients as well.

    In the spring of 2008 Hannah’s parents, Matt and Lori Sames, refused to accept a death sentence for their 4-year-old daughter. They created Hannah’s Hope Fund, which in two years has raised $2.5 million in local fundraisers to find a cure for GAN. What makes Hannah’s Hope Fund so unique is unlike many other diseases that are still only in the medical research phase toward finding a cure, scientists working on Hannah’s disease are on target to begin already FDA approved clinical trials in 2011. The only thing in their way: the remaining $1.1 million. Hannah needs your help to spread awareness through your blog to reach this goal.

    For additional information please visit http://www.hannahshopefund.org or Hannah’s Hope For GAN on Facebook

    Sincerely,
    Hannah’s Hope Fund for GAN

     

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